Community News & Notes
Jordan Doll and Brett Hiker (Heicher), who grew up in Eagle, will be among the comedians performing at a live, stand-up comedy show at the Loyal Brothers Lounge in Glenwood Springs on Thursday, March 4.The show will also feature professional comics out of Denver and the Roaring Fork Valley.”The show starts at 8:30 p.m. and ends a soon as we’re no longer funny … probably 9:15 p.m.,” says Heicher. Expect contest prizes and drink specials, but most of all comedy. The Loyal Brothers Lounge is located at 813 Grand Ave. in downtown Glenwood.
The Harlem Ambassadors will be playing Glenwood Springs High School on Wednesday, March 10, at 7 p.m.The high-flying, slam dunk style of basketball also features dazzling ball handling and comedy routines.The Glenwood Lions Club has partnered with the Harlem Ambassadors to help raise funds for high school scholarships and vision care in the community.A local team made up of coaches, community leaders and former players will play the Harlem Ambassadors.Tickets are available at the following Glenwood Springs locations: Community Bank, 1810 Grand Ave.; U.S. Bank, 1901 Grand Ave.; or at the Candle Stick Maker, 719 Grand Ave. Tickets can also be purchased by calling Lion member Darrell Stanley at 618-0596.
Join Mickie Hosack, registered dietitian for Grand River Hospital and Medical Center, on a grocery store tour at the Rifle City Market to help people learn what to look for to make healthy choices when grocery shopping, how to read labels, and how to stay on your diet-without breaking the bank.Tours will be on Saturday, March 6, at 7 a.m. and 8 a.m.; and on Monday, March 15, at 1 p.m. and 2 p.m.Space is limited so please RSVP to 625-6200.
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